Hacking Sorry about creating a new thread but i have a little problem here and id like some help.

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I just got myself a new 200gb micro sd card, (didnt bother checking if its fake before i copied over the files, ik ik i shouldve but for some reason my card reader isnt working and i have to use some other electronic device i have to transfer things )
anyway i got a little off track, i restarted the switch and it got back to rcm mode, i ejected the micro sd card and put in my new one but all i got was the hekate rcm boot vertical screen and it says at the bottom,
warning: sleep mode library missing!
i tried another micro sd card i have lying around and i got the same screen, anyone know what i can do?
also thought id mention it but i have emummc so ik i have to migrate it but i cant get to the normal hekate rcm boot screen.
sorry if this ended up being a mouthful but hopefully someone who knows more about this understood everything since i went into detail.
Thank you for your time.
 

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That’s the reply hekate creator gave another member in his post, that should fix the missing sleep mode
Saw that reply after i googled "warning: sleep mode library missing!", doesnt really help cuz i copied everything including that folder into the new card
 

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